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Best Throw and Grow? #6900551
09/27/17 01:45 PM
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If l could would plant oats but don't have a tractor or disc. Which throw and grow seed blends and brands have you found to be most effective?

Re: Best Throw and Grow? [Re: HVILLE HNTR] #6900554
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To clarify, l have used throw and grow before and never had a problem getting it to come up...Finding one deer love is the problem.

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I brodcast oats each year and they grow just fine without covering... bad thing is you loose alot to birds

Re: Best Throw and Grow? [Re: HVILLE HNTR] #6900595
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Have tossed out winter wheat and oats. Where we hunted in Llano County we just looked for where the hogs had chewed things up and tossed it there. Also used some of the molasses stuff on cactus to get them to clear out the prickly pears then tossed wheat on top of that area. Gave us plenty of small food plots around the lease.


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Re: Best Throw and Grow? [Re: HVILLE HNTR] #6900639
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You can use a drag harrow behind a truck or atv and break some of the top dirt, then broadcast what you want.

Or you can throw some oats and wheat and see how it comes up. You could even frost seed some clover into some of the areas and see if that does anything in the spring.

Re: Best Throw and Grow? [Re: Texas buckeye] #6901583
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Thanks guys. Appreciate all the advice

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Re: Best Throw and Grow? [Re: HVILLE HNTR] #6907050
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My new spot is inaccessible due to a big washout from Harvey so I bought a bag of rye and a bag of oats and here's to hoping some of it germs!


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